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Special Issue "Physical Chemistry of Milk and Milk Products"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 29 February 2020.
Dairy products are important sources of calcium, protein, and vitamins. Although consumption of cheese and yogurt is climbing in the US, fluid milk sales have been decreasing for many years. Information on the physicochemical properties of milk and new products derived from it should lead to an increase in the role of dairy foods in the diet.
This Special Issue will highlight the progress in understanding the physical chemistry of milk and milk products and how this knowledge may be applied to the dairy industry.
Dr. Michael Tunick
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